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Dealing with Loss at Christmas

Christmas can be an amazing and festive time to be with those you love – but for those dealing with loss and bereavement, it can also be a painful reminder and a heart wrenching time of year. Grief and loss is one of the most difficult life experiences …

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Six signs to spot depression

We’ve all heard the statistic that 1 in 4 people will suffer from anxiety and depression each year. Thanks to public campaigns such as Rethink Mental Health and Heads

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How to Recognise Anxious Thoughts

Do you tend to have a lot of anxious thoughts? Do you find it difficult to escape from negative thoughts? Does your anxiety hold you back from stepping out of your comfort zone or doing things differently? 

We spend a lot of time in our own heads, hearing and becoming a symptom of our own negative thinking, which is why it’s so important that our internal dialogue is in a nice place to be.
When those thoughts become increasingly anxious, or negative it can impact the way that you feel about yourself, how you view the world and your relationships. 

When you develop the ability to slow things down and recognise your anxious thoughts, it can help you to learn more about your anxiety.

Why do I need to know more about anxiety when I’m just trying to get rid of it, you might ask.

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Why Venting Hurts Your Relationship

We all use venting as a coping strategy when we’re feeling frustrated by the actions of another.
It’s not uncommon to vent when somebody has made you feel upset or hurt, we use this space to have our voices heard and to hopefully reduce some of the negative tension associated with the conflict.

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